• The number of people surveyed on arrival increased by 3,708 relative to January as a result of improved monitoring of border crossings.
• 74.0% of respondents departed from Uganda,
25.1% from the DRC and 0.9% from other countries.
• The data shows significant movement between Morobo and contiguous cross-border regions in both Uganda and the DRC.
• A similar pattern applies to other border counties, but with lower traffic. This may be due, in part, to access constraints affecting DTM’s ability to track flows.
• 11.5% of respondents (2,570 people) reported entering South Sudan to access health care.
• 5.9% of respondents (1,314 people) reported Juba County as their intended destination.
• The percentage of respondents who reported coming from a refugee camp is 16.2% for arrivals from Uganda and 18.2% for the DRC.